2013-2014 Faucett Fellowship Student Panel

The purpose of the Faucett Fellowship Research Panel is to present research findings and promote the exchange of ideas among students and participants working in various disciplines. These research fellowships are made possible by support from the Faucett Catalyst Fund.

Wednesday, May 14, 2014
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Bunche 6275 (History Conference Room)


Cyndy Garcia

"Indigeneity in the Arts: A Wixarika Study” (Mexico)

Courtney Davies

"NGO Presence in Rural Guatemala: How non-governmental organizations impact rural communities" (Guatemala)

Fernando Serrano

"Indigenous Workers in the Guanajuato Mines: Migration, Labor, and Capital in the Transformation of Space" (Mexico)

 Luis Felipe Murillo

“Transnationality and Politics of Computing Expertise" (Brazil)

 Kenneth Chapin
 "How human disturbance shapes the evolution of cave organisms: Phylogeography and population genetics
 of Puerto Rican cave and forest whip spiders" (Puerto Rico)

Loosine Vartani

“Women and Higher Education in Latin America" (Chile)
 Chelsea Robinson  "Patterns and Processes Characterizing Tree Diversity and Structure along
 a Forest Elevational Gradient Transect in Costa Rica" (Costa Rica)


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Cost : Free and Open to the Public

(310) 825-4571


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Sponsor(s): Latin American Institute